The jury came down with the decision after deliberating for about three hours. Grund was charged with injury to a child and burglary of a habitation for the alleged incident.
"I was very confident. Only reason I'm so confident is because I just tell the truth. That's all I did. I've been telling the truth. I've been telling the truth since the get go, so I haven't really been worried about the truth, I was more worried on the lines of them misinterpreting what was said in the courtroom," Grund said as he left the Taylor County Courthouse.
If convicted, he would have faced up to twenty years in prison.